Why live in Redondo Beach?

In 1890, the Hotel Redondo opened, and Redondo Beach has remained “The Place” for tourists ever since.

With the iconic 70,000 square foot Redondo Beach Pier reaching far into one of the most scenic beaches in the world, it’s no surprise that locals and tourists alike enjoy the ocean year round. Whether you want to take a morning jog or get a morning tan or enjoy lunch by the water, it's never a bad time to visit the ocean front. The iconic Redondo Beach Pier contains everything from restaurants to stores to an arcade. Just a few miles south takes you to the Redondo Beach Riviera Village, a collection of over 300 shops, restaurants and services mere feet from the ocean front. At King's Harbor, a recreational boating Marina located just north of the Redondo Beach Pier, is home to several excellent restaurants including the historic Chart House and the Cheesecake Factory.

There are fourteen neighborhood parks in Redondo Beach. Aviation Park is the site of the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, and the park has a gym and track. Alta Vista Park is a 10 acre park with various sports facilities, a community center, and large playground. The Seaside Lagoon is the perfect place for a family barbeque or day by the ocean. The park has picnic benches, barbeque pits, a playground, and a grassed area and luau shelter for events. Wilderness Park is a unique spot in the middle of urban development, containing camp sites for overnight camping. Many local youth groups use the facilities at Wilderness Park. The Recreation and Sports Department of Redondo Beach hosts great adult sports programs as well as programs for teens, like the sailing academy and swim program.

Great Schools

From elementary to high school, each public school in Redondo Beach has a 9/10 or 10/10 state ranking, making Redondo Beach one of my most competitive educational districts in the state. In 2013, Redondo Union High School was awarded a silver medal for being a high school with the highest unrounded college readiness indexes, and the school’s SAT scores are over 100 points higher than the country’s average.

Tons of Fun

Redondo Beach hosts many events throughout the year!

Redondo Beach Events and Attractions

  • Free movies at the Seaside Lagoon
  • Pier Summer Concerts
  • Festival of the Kite
  • Lobster Festival at Seaside Lagoon
  • Christmas Boat Parade
  • Christmas Tree Lighting & Menorah Lighting
  • July 4th Fireworks
  • Farmer’s Market
  • Community Easter Egg Hunt

A Great Investment

Investing in real estate in Redondo Beach is a smart financial choice as real estate values have wildly increased in the past fifteen years.

In 2000, the median home price in Redondo Beach was $339,000. Now, the median home price in Redondo Beach is $850,000, and that number is only increasing! Look for your new home today.

Redondo Beach Neighborhoods



  • Typically smaller lot sizes due to proximity to ocean
  • Contains the Riviera Village, a cultural hub that hosts restaurants, shops, art galleries, bars, and more
  • Many establishments with trivia nights, live music, and other community events
  • Variety of homes, including large single family homes to town homes to apartments and condos
  • Veterans Park, Moonstone Park, and Vincent Park

North Redondo

  • Contains the South Bay Galleria shopping center
  • Contains the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center
  • Variety of homes, including large single family homes to town homes to condos
  • North Branch of the Redondo Beach Library located here
  • Has a little bit of everything, from restaurants to independent bookstores to international markets
  • Close to LAX airport and freeways
  • Aviation Park, which includes a public athletic complex with a large gymnasium, soccer/football field & 440-yard rubber track, and Glenn M. Anderson Park
  • Lincoln School, Madison School, Birney School, Adams Middle School, Washington School, Jefferson School

South Redondo

  • Along beachfront with pier and marina complex
  • Variety of homes, including large single family homes to town homes to condos
  • Close to Redondo Union High School
  • Close to beautiful rolling hills of Palos Verdes, where numerous hikes and tide pools are available
  • Hosts the Redondo Beach Pier, which offers recreational activities, dock fishing, arcade games, and more
  • Known for its world-class Marina at King Harbor
  • Wilderness Park, Dominguez Park, Redondo Beach Dog Park, Franklin Park, and more!
  • Hosts the Redondo Beach Pier, which offers recreational activities, dock fishing, arcade games, and more
  • Beryl School, Redondo Shores School, Redondo Union High School, Parras Middle School, Alta Vista School, Tulita School